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us tonight. we'll see you again monday when governor palin goes "on the record." fox news channel, the most powerful name in news. "the o'reilly factor" is next. good night from washington, d.c. . [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute ---www.ncicap.org--- glenn: welcome to the glenn beck program. welcome to an hour with the best-selling author vince flynn. i swear to you, my chin is getting so big, i have to give it pants soon. i have that neckline that needs that slimmer thing. we have a special hour. hello, america. i found out that the only people that will tell you the truth on what could happen and the only people that really know are friction authors. they have to know what is
really going on so they can weave a story in that is believable. they will also tell you the truth. they have nothing to gain. one of my favorite fiction authors is here and we will spend an hour with him. i think you are going to hear truths that you don't hear very often. most days, i think our main worry is how is your job? you got your job still? the economy is a giant debt wierer's saddling on to our grandkids and the marxists in the white house and the people in washington who are supposed to be representing us, and especially as tough as times are now, now is not the time to take our eyes off of national security. i have several friends that are in special forces, and they have told me, and they have taught me history, history that we know being onto other side of the coin. our country in the past has infiltrated our enemy's borders, sowing the seeds of
discontent. there comes a time in every nation's history when it is about to tip over. we have sent our operatives in to push, as cass sunstein says, "nudge" them a little bit. don't you think our enemies are maybe doing the same thing? do we have people within our own borders right now nudging us? at the same time iran gets closer to building a nuclear weapon, threatening our once dear ally israel, of course, do we have any allies anymore? we have thrown israel under the bus. we have thrown england under the bus. china, which owns a ton of our debt grows stronger every day. they have made it clear that their success or failure is not tied to our dollar, as we would lierk to think it is. they have been warning us. this week they said you might want to reconsider the healthcare thing t seems pretty pricey to us. that is like your banker calling you up and saying, i don't know if you can afford that house. terrorism, fort hood, yeah, i'm one of the guys who will
call it what it is. it is still a huge threat. what kind of message are we sending when we try khalid sheik mohammed right here in new york city instead of trying him in a criminal court and then executing him? let me ask you this -- how does it make any sense when this city, new york, is about to collapse under its own financial weight, what is it going to cost to keep this island safe with that trial going on just a few blocks away from the world trade center was? meanwhile, we owe our lives our fortunes and our sacred honor to those who keep us safe, the heroes, not the bureaucrats. bureaucrats are raking the heroes over the coals y is that happening? it feels like we have lost our way as a nation. where are we headed? is our national security strategy -- do we even have one now, and what can we do to turn things around?
vince flynn is >> thundershower of " "pursuit -- vince flynn is author of "pursuit of honor." how do you do your novels? >> i get inside retired folks from washington d.c. -- glenn: wouldn't you say it is more accurate to say langley, virginia? >> yes, bethesda, maryland, langley, virginia, those are the people that talk. when i started writing, it was not easy to get people to talk to me but my books follow a formula and it is something that i believe in, the men and women who serve us in the f.b.i., secret service and the c.i.a. and the military. they are not in it for fame or fortune. they are the heroes. the villains are the terrorists and secondary villains are self-serving politicians. i do have some good politicians from both parties in the book but typically they
are the ones running interference and making it difficult for these people to protect us. now they open up to me. i get phone calls -- sometimes i don't want to name names but i get a lot of calls, foreign heads of state, intelligence agencies, previous president and the president before that, a lot of access into areas that really kind of blows me away sometimes. glenn: and you're not telling state secrets. what you're doing is you're trying to understand how the system works, what we really do, so you can create a fiction book that is believe able? >> exactly. >> it is like tom clan sivment they used to think they was a c.i.a. plant. >> there is some things i am not putting in the book, that i unearthed within the last four years that i think is so explosive and ingenious on our part that i don't want to put it in my book because i don't want to tip the enemy. glenn: "the new york times" is saying please, tell us what it is so we can put it in the
paper. just to understand why i am having a fiction author on, i can't get people in washington to tell the truth. they will say to me in the hallway and i will see them at fox or wherever, and they will say you are exactly right. i put them on the air and they say, well, that's crazy talk. they don't want to be associated with what they perceive as dangerous talk and i refer to as frank talk. >> o'reilly said to it to me a few years ago, bill said "they won't make your books into a movie because they want to be invited to the right cocktail party." there is something to be said especially in this town, a lot of people miss in washington, they want to be on the inside. they want to be invited to the right stuff and thought of as an enlightened compassionate caring person. glenn: yeah, i don't really care. >> no, you do care. your care about the truth. glenn: that's all i care about
you want to care about compassion and doing the right thing, you got to know what the right thing is, and the only way you do it is to talk it through. i can't figure out this khalid sheik mohammed thing. help me out on this. it makes no sense. economically it will devastate the city of new york trying to keep this island safe as we are trying the hairy-back guy, so it makes no sense economically. you are going to retraumatize all those people. >> yep. glenn: who live and work by the world trade center. you're going to have these dirtbags right a block or two away from where the world trade center still hasn't been rebuilt. >> yeah. glenn: and you're going to retraumatize those people and the other thing that fascinates me is the president is still having military tribunals. he hasn't stopped those, so what is the heck is really going on here? >> i have heard a lot of people talking this week about why we are doing this and we tried the guy from '93 and mow sawy.
there is a difference. i think there is a case for them to be tried before a military tribunal like we did the nazi spies who landed on long island during world war ii. the big -- my long-term worry here is that this is a play by eric holder to go after the c.i.a. and embarrass them. this is the guy that pardoned rich, one of the biggest expatriots in the history of the country, who was doing business with iran while we had hostages over there. he fletdz fled to switzerland with hundreds of millions of dollars an bribed his way into a pardon in the end of the clinton administrationings and eric holder shepherded it. the thin that really worries me is that new york has carry add disproportionate amount of this burden, psychologically, this war on terror because of this crater that is still there, so maybe there is some other areas that could help out right now. if we're going to go the federal court route, i think there's a solution here, and
we should take some of the stimulus money and go to the field where the plane went down in museum and build a courthouse and dprie them there in the middle of the field. when you're done with the trial, turn it into a museum. glenn: do we execute them? >> no, no. that's a good idea that i think we can tiewltly actually do. here is the other idea that i don't think we will do. bring them up there before we get the lawyers involved, sit them down in front of the judges and say we hear that you pled guilty and you would like to be executed, and they'll say yeah -- hopefully they will say yeah, we pled guilty and we want to be executed. then give them two choices. all right, option a, you go into the federal system, where we're not going to treat you -- we're going to mix you in with the general
population. option two is we go to new york. we find the tallest building that is slated for demolition, and we put you guys on the top floor and bring in 20,000 gallons of jet fuel and light the candle. you can then choose how you want to martyr yourself, are you going to burn to death and die of inhalation? your choice? glenn: are >> saudi citizen? that's what they do in saudi courts! >> this idea that we are going to show the compassion of the united states legal system and the full power -- glenn: you can find that in the extremist muslim world. they find that to be weakness. >> weakness and laughable. keep in mind, this is, first of all, you and i have talked on your radio show before. this is about religion. it is about a struggle within islam. the longer that we continue to coddle islam and say, oh, this isn't about religion, it isn't about religion. glenn: wait.
hang on. separate this. it is not about religion. christianity versus islam. it is about islam versus islam. >> there is an internal struggle within islam. the problem is that a moderate muslim doesn't feel confident to speak up because we're not there to back them up on it, and we get into political correctness. if you're a muslim in this country, you have minority status, which means we can't criticize you, but the rea.m. ti is -- the reality is the hard-core muslims here and abroad are the biggest group of sexists, racists and bigots on the planet. these are men -- an all-male club -- that want to live with rules made hundreds of years ago but they don't want the religion to advance out of, say, 300 years allege ago and become modernized with the rest of religion. glenn: up in massachusetts this week, they announced that no christmas, no mention of it, no green and red paper,
nothing. now, progressives don't want that to happen but progress gressives have no problem sitting down at the table and brokering a deal and becoming friends with ahmadinejad who stones homosexuals in the tongue square. what is that? >> it is this upside-down world that we live in where we afford political correctness to the most intolerant group of individuals on the planet. glenn: all right. so let's go to p.c. because i can't take it with chuck schumer saying that, you know, it's guns and the lax gun laws. you know what killed the 13 soldiers at fort hood? it was a nut job muslim extremist. >> yeah. glenn: who had access to a gun because of the loophole called political correctness. >> yes. glenn: that guy would never have had a gun in the america of my grand parents, because my grandparents would have said, excuse me, you think
what? allah akbar what? >> yeah, you're a soldier of allah. it bothers me that people talk about the fact that hasan was hazed, as if he is a junior high kid, a high school student at columbine. he was an officer of the united states military r the reason he was hazed isn't because he was muslim. he was hazed because he was running around saying it that it was ok that muslim extremists shot the recruiter in little rock. you can imagine a fellow officer in the united states army saying that? of course these guys were upset with him and didn't feel comfortable with him. the system didn't push him out, so these guys isolated him. let me tie this one thing together. political correctness is neutering our intelligences yet again. the joint terrorism task force by the f.b.i. and counterterrorism center in langley at the c.i.a. and f.b.i., they have everything in place to stop something like. this the problem is they were told by the attorneys, oh, we
don't want to affect his civil liberties. god forebid you put him on a watch list so when he applies for a firearm, a bell goes off on someone's computer in washington and says this guy is running around saying crazy stuff, he just bought a high-powered handgun and bought extra ammunition. maybe we should alert base security when he goes to the checkpoint can search for guns in his car, but no, that doesn't happen because nobody wants to offend anybody. glenn: i just had a note from a bunch of retired officers, nypd and phi firefighters here in new york, and they said "we are going to stand and we're going to protest. we do not want these dirtbags coming to new york," and they asked if the 9/12 project would stand with them. i can't answer for the 9/12 project because that is libertarian.
you do whatever you want. i will. would you stand with them? >> oh, i will be out here. i will be on the first plane. i will donate some money. my concern with this is -- one of the great luxuries of what i do for a live something i spend six to eight months a year for a minimum of two hours a day, often eight hours a day alone trying to figure out where this stuff is going, putting myself in the shoes of a terrorist r here is what i don't like about bringing this thing to new york city. we saw what hammenned in mumbai. we saw what happened fort hood. we saw what happened in bali. the terrorists have learned. it won't be planes next time. they are learning that that stuff is really difficult to pull off. the easy stuff is a guy with a gun, is a guy with a backpack bomb. glenn: i said the other day that the fort hood thing, you know what a sharp bump -- a shark bump is? right before a shark eats you it bumps you first and you remain still and it decides how much of a threat you are,
and it bumps you before it eats you. >> exactly right. glenn: i'm not saying this was a coordinated shark bump but this was a shark bump. they have learned, oh, they're weak here. eat them here. >> the plot in my tenth book "extreme measures," exposes this type of nightmare scenario that is low tech, not high-tech. they try to get their hands on bioweapons. they have tried to get their hands on chemical weapons. they have tried to get their hands on nuclear weapons. they are on the record as saying they would like to vaporize new york city. i am not making this up. glenn: i have read their words. >> what they have learned now is that it is easier to get these guys guns and ammunition and hand grenades and mol toff molotov cocktails and yes, the new york city police department is the fine nest the world. glenn: but we're to the limit. >> why invite it?
glenn: that's what i mean! >> hey, guantanomo is not perfect, but war never is. glenn: let me ask you this -- they're thinking no about putting the prisoners from guantanomo, and it's a great stimulus, look at how many senators and congressmen are saying look at how many jobs this will create. think this through with me. you're a fiction writer. tell me if this sounds plausible. you put a prison in illinois. it's all the worst of the worst, the guantanomo people. well, you got to allow them to have the rights of having visitors, so now you have the worst of the worst coming to visit the worst of the worst, and they're coming through o'hare, and they happen to be in the town with the tallest building in america. does that sound like there will be trouble? >> i don't think the citizens of chicago will go for that. glenn: you think they will? >> i think the politicians will go for it bought of the money. glenn: do you know that healthcare now is 1 point less
in the polls, 1 point less than hillary care was, and remember how toxic hillary care was? >> yes. glenn: you don't call it owe bouma care because that makes people think of hillary care. it is one point less and yet they're going to jam it through. the people of chicago would say the same thing that people of america have been saying about healthcare. >> this group will jam it through. eric holder, he was getting pushback from the pentagon, but they were picked up by the u.s. military and c.i.a. overseas. that's where they should be tried. instead of doing that, he does this maneuver on a friday, announcing it when the president is out of the country. i have to say one thing about guantanomo, that i hear people constantly say, that guantanomo is the number one recruiting tool for al qaeda. i hear that all the time and think, really? show me how many terrorists that we have caught that say
they joined al qaeda or taliban and say i joined because of guantanomo? that's not true. these people, as you know, come from countries where there are no miranda rights, saudi arabia, yemen, jordan, pakistan, afghanistan, iran, iraq, these countries are not big on judicial process and civil liberties o.t. think that guantanomo has been the number one recruiting tool for these guys loses sight of the fact that they hit us on 9/11. why? why did they do it? nobody can answer that question. very few people can answer it. you can answer it. >> because they said we had military bases in saudi arabia, and b, our relationship with israel, and c, this is a big one, they don't like our culture. they don't like the fact that we're talking about quality of the sexes. they don't like the fact that you can actually come over here and promote your are religion. ever try to go to saudi arabia with a couple of bibles in your suitcase and see what happens? glenn: no, and i don't think
honor" one of the fiction books i read over the summer that is tremendous. you are one of my favorite writers. how long ago was it -- when did we first meet? four years, five years ago? longer? you were in philly. >> uh-huh, on that 300-watt a.m. station in the basement. you were in philly. i was there the day you were considering moving to new york. i was telling you that's fine if you do, but just it was thinking outside the box for me. glenn: right, you were the guy who said you have to figure out where the blast radius is. >> i know, unfortunately. glenn: the thing i liked about you, vince, when we first met was a, you said it like it was, and b, you're not some some leetist. where in the world that seems to be run by elitists and by people who don't understand the importance of failure. when we first starting talking, here you are a
writer, one of the biggest selling fiction writers around now, probably, well, and you have dyslexia. >> yeah. i grew up diagnosed in third grade. went to those classes a are lbt, slow learning behavior problem and they taught me to skip over the words i couldn't pronounce and move ofnlt i still won't read allowed in public -- i won't read aloud in public. i get cold sweats. glenn: if i gave you this, you couldn't -- >> i would sweat bullets, read very slow and i could probably get through it but i just won't do it. i give speeches and they are recalls on the fly. i know what i'm going to say roughly, but i will not read it. glenn: even if you have written notes yourself, like your own books, won't do it? >> will not do it. i have such bad memory, sitting in the back of a classroom, being told, you know, everybody is going to
read the pair gave and skipping ahead to my pair gave and being mortified to try to read it enough times that i wouldn't stutter and stammer, getting called on, even in high school and they get to me and i would go ah, ah, horrible reader. ran from the problem. glenn: when did you decide you would be a writer if you didn't read books? >> i'm in college. i have taken a class and hand a paper in and got a big red f on it. i'm not there the day it comes back. i show up at lunch the next day and a buddy of mine had picked it up and it had a big red f and it said "i don't know how you got into college. i don't know how you will graduate. this is the worst paper i have seen in ten years i have been teaching." i did just enough to get by. was i was a good athlete so that gave me the confidence to go forward and then al mcgwire spoke who coached the marquette warriors to a university championship and he talked about how he was dyslexic and grew up and got his way through high school
and college cheating, and on a basketball scholarship and went back after they won the championship and taught himself how to read and write. i thought if this guy can do it, i got to do it. so i taught myself the fundamentals of writing and started read for the first time. my mom and dad had been on me for years. i pricked up "trinity" by leon harris. glenn: an emotional book. >> very emotional book. then tom clancey was coming on the scene at the time. glenn: pardon me, so it's not a problem if you are reading silently? >> if you are reading silently you skip over the words and become a speed reader so if you word one word in a sentence, it is not a big deal and by the end of the pair gave, you know what is going on and by the end of the page, you know what is going on. i'm a horrible speller. i omit words. my editor deals with this always time. i leave words out of my manuscript i'm typing so fast and i come up with creative
ways to spell things, but what i didn't know is it's a gift. you don't feel -- you feel like you're stupid. you feel like you're in the back of the classroom, you don't get it, it's coming natural to everybody else and you feel stupid. i talked to a lost kids about this. there is this great place in the twin cities called the growth academy and they specialize in kids with learning disabilities and capture them at an early age and work on them with intensive small classes to get the kids mainstreamed so they can get back, because once you learn some of these tricks, you can be fine down the road. the big thing is the ad agencies of the world, the creative people on broadway and in hollywood, they're all -- it's just a disproportionate number of dyslexics. glenn: i hated my a.d.d. and i had it off the chart. do you know what it allows me to do?
>> radio show, television show, three books a year? >> yeah. i can function -- i have actually had a meeting before -- this is about a year ago and somebody was visiting and said how do you do that? i had a meeting and we had four different meetings, and there were two doors here, and there was a meeting and a couch here, and somebody else at a computer here, and all i did was talk, and when they were doing something, i would turn to the next group of people, talk a little bit, turn into that door, turn into that door and i turned in a circle. it is a gift. what used to be a problem is a gift. >> it's problem as a kid. when i go around and talk to schools, what i tell the kids are, fir first of all, you have to accept each other's differences. some of you will be a crappy football player and some you will be great at math. accept each other's differences. you will be good at something. it will be music, football or
something. glenn: you don't have to know. i didn't figure things out until my mid 30's. when did you say i'm going to be a writer? >> i started thinking about it at 21. every time i sat down to read one of these books, i knew what was going to happen. it was the wierdest thing. it was the gift. i can recite lines. i will -- i will watch your show and blurt out stuff you're about to say. it is the way the dyslexic mind works. i can't explain it. glenn: he's got tourette's now, too! people watch my show and shout things out. >> i tell the parents with kids with a.d.d. your kid drives you nuts now but guess who will take care of you in the retirement home? it will be little johnny because he will be the best salesperson that any some company ever had because he doesn't know how to stop. he will keep calling people. glenn: when did your success come? >> i self-published "term
limits" when i was 31. i had 60-plus rejection letters. i put them all up on a bulletin board where i wrote every day and i said i'm going to prove you people wrong t was a great source was strength that clancey and grisham had been rejected by every publishing house in new york city. i thought i'm sticking with t i self published it in '97. it got picked up by simon and schuster and the 11th book came out this past month. glenn: america, this is the thing you have to understand. you just heard the story of vince flynn, one of the biggest selling authors in america today, probably one of the biggest in the world, and it was the story of struggle, and being told you're stupid and failure and everything else. this is the story that we need to remember. we all know these stories. we all know different people with these stories. failure leads to success. let's slow down on everybody's too big to fail. let them fail. it's a blessing. back in a second.
glenn: we're back with vince flynn, author of "pursuit of honor." when did it come out? >> october 13. glenn: october, really? my gosh. >> you are an influential member of the media so you got an advance copy. glenn: it is fantastic, one of my favorites of the year. i want to talk to me because you called me, when was it, saturday, last saturday, you called me and you said "glenn, we got to -- i mean, this is insane. how do we get things back, and you had some suggestions, and
we spent some time talking about the republican party, and the people that express their concerns to you that people like me -- >> might blow it all up. glenn: might wreck the republican party and my response to you was, good, because if wrecking the republican party means holding them accountable for reckless spending. >> yes. glenn: special interests, and end of corruption, if that's what wrecks them, good, they should be destroyed. to save them, honestly. >> i think that we have a paradigm shift in this country, and everything got pulled to the left. you look 20 years ago, there was no discussion of gay marriage. there was no discussion of pick your pet dejure issue. little discussion on universal healthcare.
everything has been yanked way to the left so that we have been left feeling like we're crazy because we don't want to pay for someone's abortion. irrespective if you're pro life or pro choice, i think we can all agree that it might not be a good idea since we're religiously sensitive at the moment to force someone through their beliefs that does not support abortion, you shouldn't have to use their federal tax dollars to pay for t that is not a crazy idea, but you are now labeled a radical if you stand in on sigs of something like that. you are considered a radical if you stand in opposition of gay marriage. for the record, i'm pro gay union. just don't call it marriage. i'm not a crazy right winger. glenn: that's exactly where the president of the united states barack obama stands. >> where he stands now. glenn: now. he stands exactly where you stand. look, i don't care what you do in your own bedroom, how does that affect me? i don't care, but let's not
destroy an institution, the institution of marriage. you want to have a civil union, what kind of hate monger doesn't want people to be able to go to the hospital and visit somebody or pass things on? that's stupid. it's just stupid. but we get labeled radical as if we're against t >> they call us radicals because we're conservative, but the thing that worries me about the party is the party has somehow decided that we need to become centrists on all things. glenn: but they're not centrists. >> no, they're not. i actually think that you and rush and hannity are actually on the same page on some of somf this stuff, which is that the party needs to go back to its roots, what it was with reagan. glenn: principles. >> principles, conservatism. do not spend money you do not have. it boggles my mind that we as a country can't grasp this simple issue. we will be the first and most
selfish multi-generational group that has had this much debt passed on to their grandchildren. where is the shame? at some point we got to back away. glenn: vince and i talked about it and i asked him have you ever heard of the overton window before. it is the name of my fiction book that is coming out soon. the overton window. ever heard of it? i will explain it, coming up next.
do you know what it is? >> when you explained it to me, we talked loosely about this years ago, that lurch to the left, and you explained it to me in clinical terms and i said oh, that's like needing $5 from your dad because you ask him for $20 because your dad says are you out of your mind? are you crazy, here's $5 and you walk away happy. glenn: the overton window is a political trick. it's unbelievable. let's take healthcare, any issue. we used to, when our grandparents were here, the window was right here, ok. there is the window, and anything outside of that, we said, let's take care of the widows and the orphans and start social security and et cetera, so we did. anything out of that, the out of work and unemployed, it was radical. it was out of the window, got it? here is what has happened. politicians move the window. they keep pushing, and they push it farther and farther to the left or to the right, but
they take things that were insane, for instance, they will move it. right now, we're here. here is the window. those who don't pay for healthcare, those who choose not to pay for any kind of healthcare, those who choose not to have a job, we're going to fund abortions, we have extra money from the rich. we can include illegals here, illegal immigrants. let's give illegal immigrants healthcare. that's crazy talk. they've moved the window, which makes all of this stuff absolutely fine, especially this stuff. we don't even discuss it anymore. this is just accepted that we're going to cover this, and this becomes radical. oh, who would do that? you just want to cover the widows and orphans? yes! that's where we used to be. let everybody else -- this is total government, and this is? >> it is benevolent
aristocracy. you have one life to live, you take your god-given talents, make the best out of yourself and take care of those who absolutely can't take care of themselves. this is a loss of freedom. they take the money from those who have worked hard and they decide where to put it. they decide. glenn: they decide. that's the trick, the overton window.
glenn: we are back with vince flynn, author of "pursuit of honor" and we are talking about the shift here, and i think most people don't understand the shift of politics. i think the republicans are now the democrats of the 1990's, and the democrats are gone. the democrats that my parents or grandparents might have been, that's gone. >> they cracked the door with reagan. when the democratic party became the party of abortion, of choice, in the '70's, that, and a bad economy opened the door for ronald reagan. for the first time people who were traditionally democrats went out and voted for a republican. glenn: so why are so many people saying yeah, i'm a democrat? do they even pay attention to who these people are?
>> here's what i think is interesting. they went into high gear in the '90's because of their monopoly with the media. you had a bunch of like-minded people, no diversity of thought, and every editorial board and newspaper across the country, major networks an cnn and they have lost it because of talk radio, fox news, all of that stuff has opened up the playing field, so people are going to get their information wherever they want to get t your overton window example, the media amplifyed all those crazy ideas in the '90's, which lurks the democratic party that much further to the left. we are rye dent identified as a center media country. >> but the media keeps saying the center right is extreme and its's crazy. >> yes. glenn: i know you were quoted on this so i know you saw it, there was a story two weeks ago that said i'm the new oprah because of people like
you. >> i talk about your books. glenn: people go out and read these books. there was a story the next day that said, you know, we have been looking at the number of these books that glenn beck is selling and blah blah blah and maybe there should be a conservative book list. they want to relegate -- >> they have their liberal booklets forever. this gets me worked up. when i get a chance to speak to kids and business groups, i often use you, rush and oprah as an example, all three of you self-made. why do you and rush get attacked for being self-made, and oprah gets celebrated? it is because you don't -- you and rush don't fit into their group think of how we should all behave and think. glenn: that's what they want to do. they want to separate -- >> your books sell mainstream. >> yes. glenn: but what they want to do is is separate you out so they can keep the illusion --
>> i get labeled all the time as if i am a right wing radical nut job because i think we should kill the terrorists before they kill us. i don't feel bad that we waterboarded sheik mohammed. i'm a radical because of that. they velcrod him to the table. and i voted for andy cochar from minnesota. right wing issues, darn straight i am right wing.ooo
glenn: i want to leave you, america, with something that will help you. chapter 50 from vince flynn in "pursuit of honor." nutshell? >> i realized all the senators in washington that were anti-torture, anti-enhanced measures were all senators who had voted to actually use federal tax dollars to fund late-term abortions. that's what they voted for, so i came up with this contradiction, it's not ok to make the mastermind of 9/11 think he is drowning, but it is ok to stick a spike into an 8 1/2-month-old fetus' head and suck his brain out. no judgment on the abortion in the pro-choice matter. i'm saying how can we geto